Today's News

  • Saluto Center to host Halloween event

    Ghosts and goblins of all ages can join the fun at the Salato Wildlife Education Center’s Halloween Walk with the Animals in Frankfort from 1 – 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. Admission to this kid-safe, trick-or-treat event is $5 per person. 

  • LETTER: Thankful for water

    We have waited several years for water on Akins Road. July 2008 was the magic time. All papers filed, signed and the digging began. We were so thankful.

    There was one of our city commissioners that checked, called, came and stayed very involved: Lynda Huckleberry. She was not to gain politically as we do not vote for city commissioners. Ms. Lynda was “just doing her job.”

    If I could vote, needless to say, yes, Ms. Lynda, you would have our vote on Akens Road.

    We wish to express our gratitude to the one who cares about Spencer County.

  • Obituaries


    William Stevens Goodwin, 66

  • TES Grandparents Day


    Grandparents were invited to enjoy a wonderful turkey lunch and browse the PTA book fair with their grandchildren.

  • Hilltopper hoops and $EC profit sharing

    A harvest moon over Kentucky wasn’t the only spectacular last week.

    College athletics stole a place in the news cycle galaxy with a triumph for student-athletics that drew virtually no media herd commentary.

    First, NCAA president Myles Brand reported a sampling of freshmen enrolled 1998-2001 reflected student-athletes in all sports earning college degrees had reached 79 per cent, one point shy of his goal - eight of every 10 student-athletes leaving college with degrees.

  • Veteran’s Day 5k Glory Run


    Celebrate Veteran’s Day in the Glory Run 5K brought to you by Guard Duty, a non-profit organization honoring & assisting our military & their families.  Take the opportunity to help celebrate our true heroes.

  • Higher education task force to study affordability, access


     Proclaiming that no child of ability should be denied access to college because of cost, Gov. Steve Beshear today named a 25-member task force to tackle the tough issues of affordability and access to Kentucky higher education.

  • PHOTO: Volley Bears drop two

    JOHN SHINDLEBOWER for The Spencer Magnet

    Samantha Elder (#10) and Ashlee Bell send a ball back over the net during a recent home game as the Spencer County Lady Bears volleyball team geared up for postseason play. The girls traveled to Bullitt County where they dropped a two-set match to Bullitt East by scores of 25-17 and 25-19. The girls finished 9-10 on the year.

  • FCCLA Calendar Contest

     It was a night of glitz and glam as 21 girls and 6 boys walked the runway hoping for a page in next years FCCLA Calendar.  The FCCLA Calendar Contest is an annual event at SCHS.  

  • Manage tobacco barns to prevent quick curing